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2020.0819

The Opening of Global Research & Industry Alliance(GLORIA) at NTNU

The open ceremony of GLORIA@NTNU was held on July 16. The Global Research & Industry Alliance (GLORIA) Centered on Universities combining the advantages of cross-field and interdisciplinary integration, focusing on the three major areas of "smart education, Chinese language technology, and healthy living". The goal of GLORIA is to take advantage of diversified industry-university cooperation and connect the world. Guests from the industry gathered to witness the team of NTNU exerting its strengths and bringing fruitful results.
2020.0622

High MOE Outgoing Exchange Student Scholarship received from the Ministry of Education in 2020

Every year, NTNU would apply for the "Study Abroad" Scholarship Series from the Ministry of Education with the goal of encouraging Taiwanese students to go abroad and broaden their horizons while working towards their degree. This year, the Ministry of Education has announced the list of MOE Outgoing Exchange Student Scholarship, which is made up of 107 local tertiary institutions. NTNU, along with 5 other universities, has received 5.4 million NTD in scholarship grant, the highest figure ever awarded to an individual institution.
2020.0617

“Empowered and Take Actions” Remarks by University President at the Commencement

Today we celebrate the Commencement of Class 2020. On behalf of the University, I congratulate you and your families on your academic achievements, and wish you a splendid new chapter in life. Today’s Commencement marks the ceremonial first day of your life out of the NTNU campus. As your NTNU family, we send you our warmest wishes and congratulations!
2020.0611

NTNU Department of Special Education awarded 2020 Pilot Overseas Internship Program Grant

The Ministry of Education announced the winners of the 2020 Pilot Overseas Internship Program at the end of May 2020. This year, a total of six projects were submitted by NTNU. One of the projects is a collaboration between NTNU and the Gifted Education Resource Institute of Purdue University and the School of Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences of Kent State University proposed by the Professor Chiang I-Tsun, Chairperson of the Department of Special Education, and Assistant Professor Chiu Chun-Yu, which was selected to be one of the Pilot Overseas Internship Programs to receive the grant after a review process conducted by the Ministry of Education.
2020.0609

“Resilience and Resolution” Remarks by University President Cheng-Chih Wu on the 98th NTNU Anniversary

“Resilience and Resolution” Remarks by University President Cheng-Chih Wu on the 98th NTNU Anniversary